STARS Classroom News
March 14th - March 18th
What Will Happen This Week...
Matt and Molly
Tuesday - Bunny Ears headband; Egg in Vinegar experiment
Thursday - MOTOR GROUP- Our occupational and physical therapist will be implementing theme-oriented fine and gross motor activities during this time.
Friday - Flippy Egg and Finish Egg in Vinegar experiment
UPCOMING EVENTS AND INFORMATION...
March 21-28-No School! Spring Break!
*March 29-Kindergarten Registration 5:00-6:30
*April 20 and April 21-No School: Parent teacher conferences (a sign up sheet will be in your child's backpack soon :) Book Fair will also be there during these times
*April 22-No School!!
*April 21 and April 28-Read from the Start
Notes from the Health Room
Great Beginnings as well as the entire Lees Summit community have seen an increase in cases of pink eye. Symptoms of pink eye are redness, itching, pain and drainage from the eye(s). Pink eye is spread by touching secretions from the eyes, nose, mouth or surfaces that have come into contact with these secretions. The best ways to prevent pink eye are to use good hand washing, cover with a tissue or elbow when sneezing, avoid touching the eyes and face, and do not share anything that touches the eyes including towels and washcloths. If your child has pink eye symptoms, please take him or her to your healthcare provider and stay home from school until he/she has been treated for 24 hours and there is no more drainage from the eye. If symptoms include sensitivity to light and continual weeping from the eye, please see your eye care specialist. For any questions, please call your school nurse Alicia Stremick, RN at 816-986-2462.
Below is the link to the Great Beginnings website. Please refer to the calendar for the updated events.